Wow! It is not often you see coupons for beef. Definitely take advantage of this one!
Go here to play a short game - then you can choose to print a coupon for $0.50/1 ANY beef (becomes $1.00/1 after it doubles!) Select "other" for your store and then you can use it at any store that you wish. You can play the game up to 5 times per day - that's a lot of beef coupons!
Kroger or Publix will run ground beef or chuck for 1.99/lb. so buying the smallest pack possible (around $2.25) could mean almost 1/2 price beef or $1.25 for a little over a pound of ground beef/chuck!
The site says you have to enter a code. I did not see the game. I have not seen these codes anywhere yet, but I will be on the lookout for them.ReplyDelete
Here is a free code to use A23568ReplyDelete
This coupon comes on on their website as a pdf file. When it opens you can literally print as many of these as you want! Expires 11/27/09 and it does say limit one coupon per person, per visit. YMMV on how many they will let you use at one time in your local store.ReplyDelete
I used the code supplied by Angie (thank you!!) and selected Kroger...you HAVE to select a store...but the problem is, the coupon says DO NOT DOUBLE, and is a one-coupon-per-customer-per-visit, so you can't load up your cart with hamburger and use your stack of coupons on it. And it's still worth the 50 cents off each package, but when you can only get one, and have that one not even double...well, it depends on if this is worth it to you. So I think the tag-line of "$1.00/1 ANY Beef Coupons" should be changed to 50 cents, limit 1 per visit.ReplyDelete
Most stores (in fact, I have never heard of one that doesn't) will double the coupon even if it says "do not double". Because the store is paying the doubled price not the manuf. Also it will all depend if your store will accept more than one at a time. But I already know people that have gotten more than one in one transaction. Hope that helps.